Horizon Hotel

PO Box 80458, Kabwe, 60100, Zambia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on PO Box 80458, Kabwe.
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Travel Blogs from Kabwe

Love Africa

A travel blog entry by megwilson on Aug 04, 2014

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I'm at the conference and having a ball! People are so friendly and I've met some amazing people, I'm going to a disabled home today and also a children's ministry place! The trip from leaving my house to arriving at the conference was 36 hours and then I had to stay up for hours at the conference, longest travel I've ever done! The drive from Lusaka airport to Kabwe (where ...


A travel blog entry by sebpont on Jul 29, 2014

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... to the flat, barren savannahs of Namibia. Our final destination of Lusaka was the first time we've been anywhere that feels bigger than Petersfield. Lusaka is a proper city, the biggest city in Zambia and a huge contrast to Mwandi. Getting of at the bus terminal we were bombarded with taxi drivers. It was great to finally experience a hectic developing ...

Mwandi to Lusaka

A travel blog entry by thecheeses on Jul 28, 2014

2 comments, 19 photos

... arrived in the colourful village of Mwandi, which is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River and means the 'Place of Plentiful Fish'. The Fisherwomen holding laden plates of kipper like bream above their heads, met the bus en masse and heckled me for trying to take pictures of them. The project campsite was 800 yards up the sandy main road, where we were reunited with Team 1 and 2, with Team 4 arriving the day after. The campsite was well organized with showers, ...

Turgenev, Sherwood Anderson, and Hemingway

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Jul 23, 2014

... seem to capture real conversation. Anderson is often meandering and repetitive, while Hemingway somehow distills the conversation while making it seem even more real than the real conversation would have been -- in this way he is like Picasso.

In Anderson's "A Meeting South," an autobiographical account told in the first person, the narrator mentions the chinaberry tree in four places, though it seems incidental (not to say without significance) to the ...

Long road trip

A travel blog entry by lorrainemorris on Jul 16, 2014

Up at 330 to start an epic drive to Luska. Thankfully Lucinda one of the drivers has been stopping revert two hours for " bushy bushy" basically wherever she can find a spot for us all to pee which isn't near houses or farmers, at times this can be quite frustrating cos there is only really 2 on group who need to ...

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